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RE: [SLUG] Firewall with 3 x NIC's
- To: "'Chris Stokes'" <ChrisS@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: [SLUG] Firewall with 3 x NIC's
- From: Marty Richards <marty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu Feb 22 15:30:02 2001
- Cc: "'slug@xxxxxxxxxxx'" <slug@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Yup, easy - use Squid, set it to use your ADSL ISP's proxies as parent, then
set the route for your ISP's proxy to be via the ADSL. Leave the default
route pointing at your 128k link.
I havent done this - anyone see any problems?
On Thursday, February 22, 2001 2:47 PM, Chris Stokes
> This may be a dumb idea....
> I have an internal (192.168.0..) network and an external on a 128k ISDN
> Firewalled with ipchains on RH7. I have just been connected with an ADSL
> line. I would like this to be used for outgoing port 80 browsing etc only
> and use the 128k ISDN for incoming port forwards of web requests, smtp
> I have managed to get the ADSL line working on my RH7 test box (no thanks
> Telstra who would only install in a M$ machine with no existing NIC)
> Is it possible to set my ipchains firewall up to support this type of
> on one machine with 3 NIC's?
> * Chris Stokes
> Senior Systems Consultant
> Bass Software
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